John Prine

John Prine, an American country-folk singer, and songwriter died from COVID-18 complications Tuesday at the age of 73. Prine was known as one of the most influential songwriters of his generation. His lyrics talked about real-life events, love, life, as well as serious social commentary. In 1991, Prine won his first Grammy for “The missing years” album, and would later win the 2nd Grammy for the album “Fair & Square.” In 2020, he receives a well deserved Lifetime Achievement Award.

Our lives are happier and brighter for having experienced his music, and he’ll live forever through his legacy of songs.

Here are our 10 top favorite songs by John’s Prine
“Sam Stone”
“Hello in There” …
“Angel From Montgomery” …
“Your Flag Decal Won’t Get You Into Heaven Anymore” …
“The Late John Garfield Blues” …
“Bear Creek Blues” …
“Sweet Revenge” …
“Spanish Pipedream” …
“Grandpa Was a Carpenter”
“Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone”

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